Archive - Mar 23, 2018 - News

New Program Connects People to Help They Need

A one-stop program that connects people to the help they need was the focus of Cathi Kindt's presentation at a meeting of Sheridan's Rotary Club Friday.

Treasurer’s Attorney Discusses Supreme Court Decision

In May of 2016, Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon filed a lawsuit questioning the constitutionality of the Capitol Building Rehabilitation and Restoration Oversight Group statutes that did not enable the State Treasurer to review and approve contracts - as is required by the Wyoming Constitution.

Safety Series: Fire

Fire is not to be taken lightly. It’s effects can be devastating whether it is a wildfire or a house fire and that’s why we are taking a look at fire safety as part of our Safety Series. Recently, we spent some time with the team at Goose Valley Fire Department in Sheridan County.

Jennings Comments on Final Days of Session

Recently, the 2018 Budget Session of the Wyoming State Legislature concluded after spending some extra time on two bills. Those bills were House Bill 194 State Funded Capital Construction and Senate File 140 K-12 Education Funding.

Biteman Talks 2018 Budget Session

Several local State Legislators went on record stating that something was different during the 2018 Budget Session compared to how sessions had gone in years past.

UW Tuition to Increase 4 Percent for Fall 2018, Trustees Decide

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Sticking with a multiyear tuition policy adopted in 2014, the UW Board of Trustees voted today (Thursday) to increase student tuition by 4 percent in the 2018-19 academic year.

Trustees Elect Dave True as Board President, Effective in May

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Casper businessman Dave True was elected Wednesday as president of the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees, effective in May.

True, who served as the board’s vice president for the past two years, will take the gavel from John MacPherson, of Saratoga.

UW to Foster Economic Growth, Diversification with New Institute

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The University of Wyoming will step up its efforts to enhance and diversify the state’s economy, with the creation of a new Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE).

Hininger Announces Candidacy for County Treasurer

Scott Hininger has announced his candidacy for the position of Sheridan County Treasurer in this year’s upcoming Election.

Alleged Drug Dealer Arraigned in District Court

An Arraignment Hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for a Sheridan man charged with the delivery of a controlled substance. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.